The African American Community Service agency depends on individual support of loyal members and donors to continue to provide outstanding programing, assistance to the community. Employed and wondering if your organization does donation matching? Click the button below to find out, or search for them directly.Search Employer Donation Match
Designed to empower African American youth, the AACSA Leadership Academy recruits, trains, and develops high school and college students. It begins with three days of leadership training during the first weekend in May, where they connect with mentors. The training is followed by a year-long cohort program that offers opportunties to engage in community service projects and participate in interactive workshops.
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Every donation, small or large, can help improve the lives of individuals experiencing homelessness, and people at risk of becoming homeless. Statistics show that there is a great disparity in homelessness for people of color across the United States. In fact, African Americans comprise only 2.5% of the total Santa Clara population. However, almost 17% of African Americans are homeless. In addition, the Hispanic/Latinx population comprises 27% of the Santa Clara area and about 44% are homeless. Making a donation to the African American Community Service Agency, helps ensure that every person in need, regardless of income or housing status, is responded to with care and dignity. Your contribution will help in a variety of ways, including assistance with upcoming rent, arrears for rent, housing security deposits, and utility payments. Thank you for making our impact possible!